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D.A.M. Attacks Newt As He Surges Towards the Lead in GOP Presidential Race

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is the latest 2012 GOP Presidential candidate to come under attack from false accusations and unnamed sources in a book by the latest member of the Democratic Attack Machine (D.A.M.) to come out of the Liberal closet, Real Clear Politics. 

RCP joins a long list of current D.A.M. Operatives that includes Politico, (they of the Herman Cain bashing by vague sources and a boatload of innuendos by phony victims fame), MSNBC, (they of the constant frothing at the mouth while chastising the complete GOP Presidential field of hopefuls fame), to CNBC’s most recent lunatic screamer in chief, Jim Cramer, who was recently seen doing that apparently drug-addled act at what was supposed to be a respectful nationally televised GOP debate in South Carolina last week. Who let that delusional, rabid attack dog out of his cage and into the lineup of moderators  during a GOP Presidential debate? 

 In a new E-book, , Election 2012: The Battle Begins,” penned by Real Clear Politics‘ Tom Bevan and Carl Cannon, there are allegations that Gingrich bathed his wife in jewelry to get her to stop opposing his remaining in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, London’s Daily Mail reports.

Another member of the D.A.M, the Huffington Post, which is funded mainly by DNC operatives, George Soros, and Barack Obama’s fake non-profits posing as innocent get out the vote minions, came right out and declared that Newt Gingrich moved swiftly to deny the false claims made in this “E-Book.” [Note: Currently, most E-Books are generally known to be non-fictional pieces of trash that real publishers are not willing to risk publishing due to the possibility of liability from lawsuits, too many unnamed sources, lacking in real informational value, or the book being judged as not being of any form of quality writing that would justify any investment in it.] Also of note is the fact that the RCP operatives claim that there will be two more “segments” of this book sometime down the road. It isn’t too hard to see that with Newt at the top of the polls today, they had to jump out and attack him immediately with the first “segment” of this supposed book. Are they saving the next 2 segments for anyone else who looks like a threat to Obama in 2012?

Yes, as expected, Newt moved swiftly to deny the allegations in saying that his wife, Callista has always supported his run for the presidency. Some folks speculate that the attacks could be coming from Perry aides ( where have we seen this trick before) that previously worked for the Gingrich campaign. Once again, just as most of the Herman Cain allegations, this book does not identify any sources for the claims.

The ranks of supposed journalists today using unnamed and unverifiable sources have skyrocketed almost as fast as Barack Obama’s electricity prices are slated to do in 2012 as we see here, in which we see the EPA’s new “rules”  are proven to be applying cap and trade laws on certain states illegally. The Extreme Political Activists in the EPA are also a huge partner in the current D.A.M. that will assuredly become more visible, as we get closer to the 2012 elections.

Meanwhile Newt “the turtle” Gingrich keeps on plugging along with expert debate performances and very detailed  21st Century Contract With America . We need well-defined solutions in America in 2013,  and the more we hear from Newt Gingrich as a 2012 GOP Presidential candidate as he exposes the dangers posed by the current Liberal administration, the better informed the voters will be in 2012. While this is the polar opposite of  Barack Obama’s undefined Hope and Change fraud of a campaign in 2008, it certainly must be considered by all conservatives to be  a very viable road towards truly “Winning the Future in America.”

2012 just can’t get here fast enough!

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CNBC Debate: Your Money, Your Vote, Perry's Senior Moment

CNBC hosted the “Your Money, Your Vote” Republican debate Wednesday night and Jim Cramer is a loud bugger, isn’t he?  The CNBC financial analyst who is famous for his apology tour after he criticized Obama early in his regime was one of 3 moderators in Wednesday’s debate.  He was also the loudest.  Cramer’s perpetual outside voice lacked no measure of righteous indignation as he attempted to shore up his lib cred by yelling at the candidates.  It was clear from the start that Cramer and his colleagues were thoroughly disgusted with the general conservative approach to the economy.  At one point the topic of student loans was broached and the disgust from the moderating panel was palpable.  Students pay for their own college?  The horror!

There wasn’t anything about this debate that would be particularly interesting to those outside the world of GOP primaries.  It was pretty much cut and dry economic policy questions.  Not the most exciting topic but one that is very important in the search for our next President.  For the most part the candidates all seemed solid and answered questions capably…with the possible exception of Rick Perry.  Perry started out the evening looking more competent than he has in a while but then stumbled into the most cringe-worthy moment half way through when he could not recall the third of three federal departments he would prefer to put an end to.  His fumbling only lasted a few seconds but in Presidential debate time it was an eternity.  Perry paused, stuttered, repeated himself, and even looked to his fellow candidates to help him remember.  A few did shout out some ideas to him, probably just hoping to put an end to his embarrassment.  Eventually Perry had to admit he just didn’t remember his third point.  As a regular person, Perry’s stumble was forgivable.  We’ve all had those moments when we’re put on the spot and can’t remember the simplest words or lose our train of thought right in the middle of a sentence.  However to see a Presidential candidate fumble so horribly for so long on the debate stage was excruciating and it was obvious the audience and other Republicans on the stage felt the same way.  It may not necessarily spell the end of Perry’s candidacy, but I wouldn’t be surprised to hear Herman Cain sent Perry a lovely edible arrangement the next day.  This will be all anyone thinks about when they hear Perry’s name for a long time.  He’s got a lot of work to do to erase that memory.

Speaking of Herman Cain, the big question of the night was how he would perform after a brutal week of shocking allegations and scandal.  Maria Bartiromo led off the night with a question aimed directly at Cain regarding the scandal.  The question was met by hearty boos from the audience, after which Cain reiterated he would not be distracted by attempt to assasinate his character.   The audience responded with great applause and from that point on Herman Cain was off and running.  At least for one night it seems Cain was successful in rising above the accusations. Also, Cain has a tax plan.  Its called 9-9-9.  And, oh yeah…9-9-9.

Gingrich continues to dominate as an intellectual heavyweight.  At this point I must admit that I am changing my mind about a Gingrich candidacy.  I’m not convinced yet, but I may end up eating a little blogger crow at some point.  The guy is good.  He made mincemeat out of every “gotcha” question that was thrown at him.

The rest of the field was fine, solid- there weren’t any surprises.  As always Bachmann is at her best when she is talking Obamacare repeal and Romney was as smooth as ever.  He is obviously fine-tuning his platform for generals, but it remains to be seen if the conservative wing of the party will bow the pressure of “electability” and “next in line”.

The winner of Wednesday’s debate was Newt Gingrich.  Cain comes a close second if for no other reason than he was able to rise above the media circus of the last week and stay on message for the whole night.  Losers were Rick Perry (ugh, I cringe just thinking of that moment) and Jim Cramer, because he’s a loud mouthed ass.  It wasn’t the most exciting of platforms but it was valuable in the sense that it gave the candidates a good opportunity to expound on their economic positions.